Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNK 28, 1895
51? Eveiii Bulletin
IFttb WkMk Im Incorporated tlio in
dependent." DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
JUNE 28, 1895.
The King of tlio .Belgians goes
to church ohco a your which is
once oftonor tlmu somo inon in
An exohnngo says thoro nre
somo peoplo who make oven work
a dissipation but it forgot to leuvo
Honolulu out in tho calculation.
Tho Cull suggests that the
Half-million Olub hnd bettor as
sist tho police iu catching mur
derers in order to savo what po
pulation is loft in San Francisoo.
Japaneso aro conquering Chi
nese in a lubor war raging on tho
Pacific Coast, A late paper
says tho Japanese aro work
ing on the frarns and vines-yards
for one-half whut- tho Ohinoso
Russia has fallou into lino in
Tecognizing Japan as nn udult
membor of the fumily of civilized
nations. A treaty has been con
oluded botwoon tho two countries,
which is identical with that bo
twoon Great Britain and Japan,
and contains the most favored
Tho Attorn ey-Genoral is book
ed for a speech boforo tho Ha
night. What a glorious oppor
tunity it will bo for him to come
out for once in his lifo with a
squaro, flat-footed declaration of
how he stands on annexation, and
thns put an ond to tho assertions
of his traducors that ho is luke
warm on tho matter.
A stono bridge over Nuuanu
stream moans tho division of
$10,000 among Honolulu mo
ohunics and laborers. A stoel
bridge would most likely bo put
up by contract by somo fnroign
corporation who would send their
own mechanics to do it, and thus
every dollar of tho appropriation
would bo seut out of tho country.'
Wo trust tho legislature will soo
it in this light.
Latest advices from London sny
that tho t i'0"H generally recog
nises th.tt tlio i-ction of tho Gov
ern nent, in lulvnii-iug tho resolu
tion f ir tlio reform of tho Houso
of Lords points to an oarly
dissolution of 1'nrliamont. In
that enso the important question
will be w-II ng'tntod before tho
people, and if they docido the
Houso must bo mended it will
havo to bo done. There is no fear
tiint it will bo omled.
Japaneso aro not wanted by ths
labor party of Australia. A re
solution wus passed by tho Coun
cil of the Federation of Labor at
Syd noy .strongly protesting against
tho introduction .f moro colorod
labor, and demanding legislation
against Asiatic races, and oppos
ing tho acceptance by the Aus
tralian colonies of that portion of
the treaty betwoen England and
Jnpan giving tho Japanese tlio
right to reside in Australia.
Dr. Cook in his lecture last
night proved that groat mon lire
as Jiablo to indiscretions as those
cast in ordinary moulds. His
charge that President Cleveland
wus elected by fraud wns u vile
Blur for an American to cost on
his own country. Then his odious
comparison botweon tho Irishman
and tho Ohiuaman was a gross in
sult toa race that was ono of tho firs'
to accept tho invitation that went
over sens for tho oppressed ot I
nations to sook a haven of frcodun;
u tho Unitod States a roco th.it
has en mod no small sharo of tlio
credit for tho industrial, commor
ciafand intellectual dovolopmcnt
of the Union.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL No. OS'J AMEU
lean Legion of Honor, meets tills even
lug, at 7:0 o'clock, nt Harmony HolCKlne;
street.' ,,,., I,......-. J.' FrEcKAitiiTTi. 0.
Building and Loan ilociation
Tho regular monthly mooting
will bo hold nt tlio Chambor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVKN
ING, July 1st, 1895, at 7:30
K2T Payments are required in
A. V. GEAE,
QELED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
3 OEIVED at tho office of tho Hawaiian
Electrio Company, Honolulu II. I., until
10 a. m., July 15, 1895, for tho Construc
tion of a Cold btorogo Building. Plans aud
specifications can bo s:on at tho oflico of
the said Company. rAXtfrpgj tyj,-
The Hawaiian Electrio Company reaorves
tho right to rojoct any or all bids.
33 td Manager.
I a in instructed to sell at Public
Auction on "Wednesday the
3rd day of July, the house
hold fumituro of Mrs. 0. O. Bor
ger ut her rosidcuco on J3ere
tania street; comprising parlor,
bedroom and dining room fur
niture; superb breakfast, dinuor
and tea sots; in Eoyal "Worcostor,
Eoyal Crown Derby and Col port.
Finost tublo damask of Eoyal
Irish Linen manufactured to or
dor, (entirely new) cut-glttBS table
and boudoir service. Pictures,
bric-a-brac, etc , etc.
A boautiful collection of potted
ferns and palms of tho choicest
desoriptions, comprising somo of
tho rarest spocimons of'tho Island
One Stjel Fisoher Range (nearly
now) with tho Kitchon utonsils
complete. Ono Macneal and Urban
burglar and fire proof silver safe.
The House will be opon for in
spection on Tuesday the 2nd, of
July from 10 o'clock a. m. untiil
4 o'clock p. m.
Sulo to oommonce at 10 o'clock
J. F. Morgan.
Frank L. Boons.
Tho manngemont take pleasure in an
nouncing tho oppeoranoe of tho eminent
TWO CONCERTS WILL BE
FEIDAY NIGHT, - - - JUNE 28.
SATUEDAY NIGHT, - JUNE 29.
Roserved toat ssle now in progress or
Hohrjn Dmg Company's store.
neserrad Seats One Dollar L'acti.
I ' -'
June 26, 189?.
Into the soft, warm light of
the drawing-room the heavy
odors from the conservatory
floated and filled the place as
with a fog of flowers.
Beneath the crystal chand
elier, which shone in the mel
low light as a suspended rain
bow in an atmosphere of gold,
stood a fair, pale girl, erect,
Shrinking away into the
shadows was the object of it.
It was a young man in a red
waistcoat, with other things to
He had tolcj her of his love
for her, of his- devotion to her;
of his worship, of the dear de
sire of his heart to make her
his own, and in the midst of it
she stopped him suddenly.
"Enough," she exclaimed.
" Enough! I will not- listen to
"Hear me out," he pleaded.
" Hear me out."
"Never," she laughed, scorn
fully, "but I will take great
pleasure in seeing you out,"
and the shadows closed around
that shrinking youth like the
deadly arms or the octopus.
Slowly and sadly he mount
ed his wheel and rode forth
into the cold, cold world of this
city. In spite of our Paradise-of-the-Pacific
climate it had
been a cold day for him and he
could not get rid of a crushed-strawberry-and-ice-cream
ing in the region of his heart
which would not away.
Passing the Hawaiian Hard
ware Company's store the
brilliant scintillations from the
electric globes on the Monarch
bicycle in their window at
tracted his attention and like
an electric flash the thought
entered his mind, "I wonder if
she is mad because I never
asked her to take a bicycle
ride with me. I'll do it if it
takes my last dollar." With
out a second's hesitation he
walked into the store and
ordered a Monarch ladies'
wheel sent to her house, first
tying his card to it.
That same evening he re
ceived a polite note asking
him to call again. He went
and two minutes sufficed to
make him the happiest man in
Honolulu, the cause of the
whole trouble being that the
young lady suspected him of
taking other girls out bicycle
riding and was jealous ac
cordingly. There will be an
other wedding in Honolulu in
a few weeks.
While we are on the subject
of girls and wheels we will
state that we are prepared to
furnish bicycles enough, for
every engaged girl in Hono
lulu or evn for every girl who
wants to be engaged.
Ladies and misses are cor
dially invited to call at the
store and examine the Monarch
wheels, for which we are sole
agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Tlie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
Oppoalto ftpreekehi' Block,
007 PORT HTHBDT, '
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OP
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OP
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POWER
of iale contained In Hint certain inortERire,
innilc by I.. ,M. JOHNSON iimlM. II. DltllM
MONO to T. i: KliOlNH. dated March Kind,
1WM, rerouted In Hie RrirlMtT Olllcc, Oalm,
In I.lln r 15:1, pp. ."VIA::)), mitli'eMicrcbyglvcti
lliiit tliv en HI inorlneii tnt.-nds to foreclose
t'iu f.uno for condition liruhun, to wit, tlio
non-pnvmenl of tlieonin thereby necurcd when
due. i nd tliumulorolKiti'il in'rcuy ;rlvcs notice
t mt he will fell tin' tsoad, chattel nnd
'I!,- I ilceribeil Itm.ild nm.'t.ijju iiponttattir
dm ji.cdth ol July, MCi, ii' Ml c'loek A. M .
it t,ullir Miction ii tip1 iii-iiiUc on Nuiinmi
i Mi.r.vn ra tl.' K.iifle House by
.IAS. F. MOKOAN.
Terms null. For further particulars apply
to .1. A. MAOOON.
Attorney for T. E. Kioiim
or to .Ins K Morgan, Auctioneer, or In thu
undersigned in person.
T. E. KKOVfcr,
uaicu, iionoium, juncx), isvu.
Tho goods, chattels nnd property to be sold
1st. That certain lndcnturo of lease from
Henry Waterhousc to T. E. Krousu, of pro
mises known m tlio Knglo House and cottage,
tho I'clcula Cottage, the Kapenu Cottage mid
C remises uiul the Kccgan Cottage, said lease
earing date of October 7, lti'Ji, tor five year
from ovcmbcr 1, 18'J2.
2nd. All the furniture, goods, chattels,
and cllccts enumerated as followb :
Lawn mower, pr. scales, Ico cream freezer,
wheelbarrow, garden tools, U rakes, pitch
fork, ii hoc, '3 spades, brooms, grass slicars,
baslu, pitcher, wooden cot. mosquito wire
door, screen storo room, 13 pre. window
curtains, 3 bath tubs, i rugs, extra matting,
rabbit cages, dog kennel, long step ladder,
medium do., short do., signs, posts, large
lantern, garden hose. 4J yum yum springs,
2 double do., S high baby chairs, pr. horns, 2
S 1 sugar spoons, 0 wool mattrasses double,
IS feather pillows, pr. white curtains, 5U nap
kins, 0 pre window curtains, "8 mosquito
nets, 100 bed sheet, 0 doz pillow clips, SO bud
spreads, Vi prs. blankets, 10 5-12 doz towels,
28 booKs, old Directory, new do., register,
wicker chair new, - lanterns, 3 granite slop
palls, 3 mosquito window screens, large ccntro
carpet, mos. net, stand lamp, bra c. do.
2 brackets, toilet set, 3 deer skins, 0 douglas
chairs, pine tabic, cover, wardrobe curtains,
2 rugs, matting house, 2 hat racks, 4 sets
cornice and curtains, bracket, Jrp fans, wool
rug. wardrobe curtains, bracket lamp, 3
shelves bracket, lamp, 4 II. W. chairs, pine
tabic, rug, 2 sets curtains and poles, bunging
lamp, 2 wardrobe curtains, toilet set, smok
ing table, matting house, cuspidorc, 2 vases,
0 door rugs, wardrobe curtains, pr. curtains,
2 toilet sets, Icte-a-teto chair, plush II. W.
nrm chair, 2 wicker chairs, largo carpet, bed
lounge, mat, upholstered curtains, laii
brcquliiES 4 sets curtains and poles, S engrav
ings. 2 gilt bracket, 1 pr vases, 2 banners, 2 1).
H. chairs, 2 do., table, pine 11. It. set, ? prs.
box hair mattrass, dark wardrobe, mosquito
net, toilet set, curtains and poles, 3 small
mats. 2 door curtains, bracket lump, 11 V
M T bedroom set, mattrass, 2 sets pole and
curtains, wicker chair, ash M T bedroom Bet,
yum ynm springs, woolblattross, 5 liod rugs,
wicker chair, mosquito net curtains and
pole, 13,1 tubsforuH, Irird cage unci birds,
garden bench, 34 tubs plants, door mat.
wicker veranda chain), hat rack, bunging
lump, 3 pin. curtains aud poles, pine centre
tablo and cover, cuspidoro, reclining wicker
choir, D. W. chair, stained wurdrobo, 2
brnckots, 4 vasos on table, 3 engravings,
embroidered table, ornament, 18Ji rug,
round willow tnblo, bust, 2 bniokcts, glass
vase, 0 B. W. chairs, B. V. book coso and
secretary, chandolier, round table, fish
globe, Bhelis, 3 pictures, 2 bamboo polos,
tans, curtains, cornice, checker board,
wosto busket, mirror back hut rack, water
cooler, (patent and tnblo,) cuspidoro, cup
board closet, desk.olock, 2 hall lamps, 2 hut
raoks, iron safo nnd stand, funcy
Jnp. screen, hanging lamp, reclining chair,
table nnd cloth, B. W. shelf, chromo, cur
tains aud cornice, patent closet, bath tub,
2 door mate, flower pot, bird cago, 7 birds,
0 oak veranda chairs. 3 red do., iron door
mat, 2 cocoa door mats, uph. parlor set, 7
pes., oak centio tablo, Mnthusok piano nnd
stool, piano cover, lot vases, oto., uph. por
tiere, 2 sots laco curtains', poles, C lamp
chandelier, piano lamp, plate glass mirror,
mantel c'lock, 4 vaBes, helf, lambrequin, 3
vases, 2 small paintings, 2 largo tin., paint
ing and easel, 30 napkin rings, 0 miyollca
fruit plates, 7 nut crackers, 2 syrub jugs"
large refrigerator, ico filter, kilchon table
cuspidoro, 3 trays, 2 kitchen tables, 3 galv.'
tubs, lot kitchen crockery, pans, pot
builder, oto., pastry table, II. 0. Pari
lor sot, plush arm chair, 11. W. tablo,
pr. B. R. Imickots, wicker chair,
carpot, folding chair, large centre rug,
2 foot stools, banging deo. 1.a p, 8 pictures
bony frames, set luce curtains, Jiipuiitho
bed curtains, matting in house, toilet s-t,
polo and curtains, side board, 3. B. V.
chairs, 2 large 8. 1. cruet stands, 0 medium
do; 20 Koger 8. 1. tublo spoons, 48 doz.
forks, 2li doz. tnblo knives, 1 !M2 doz. tea
spoons, 10 gloss sngur bowls, ) piokl jars,
b. l(!o..'W nult collurs, 11) cut g'ass fruit
dishes, 24 custard glasses, 0 glass ice cream
plates, 12 painted cuke plates, 23 usst. egg
cups, cheeso dish, doz. champagno glasses,
12 usstd. olurot do., 1 butlor's tray, 25 me
dium tablo clothB, 0 lurgo do., long pint) D.
R. toble.Ex.D. R. tublf B. W ,2 leaf tuolos,
chandelier, 4 brueki-t lamps, engraving pic
ture fruit, 2 Japanese panels.3 flower dashes.
32 tumblers. '
ONv SATUEDAY, JUNE 29tii,
AT 3:30 1 M.
UNKNOWNS vs. KAMEHAMEHAS.
.Admission 25 Ofcs.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings n dpooiulty. Over Cali-
formu Fu6d Company's store.
1TK-. . .. i
IT IS AN OLD SAYING
That ''whoi'O t'lero ff m llrntl.m-n mn.f
bo Fire," nnd that iivu mil smoko to
gether oftennsoexr)losious. . . .
THIS HAS PiMVED TO BE -UNTBUE,
And im the pn.of of tho pudding i3 in the
eating, I moht lespeet fully Invito yon to cad
nuil inspect the
"ni:w iiioi:i'.sn" ;asomni: sxovn
absolutely frcH fro unpleasant odora, nnd
can bo operated by a child. This 8tovo
will roduco ico cold water to boiling heat in
The oxponso is small. In fact it docs not '"
cost ono half os much to rati tho EW
PROCESS as a wood, coal or any other
kind of stovo.
Waring Blook, Berotanla St. . 27-tf.
Look Out for the Best! "
And when found mtiko n note on.
Wo liavo a place now where wo can ,
show our Fumituro to advantage, wo
can put it in a position whoro you will
boo just what it will appear in your
homo. If you will look in nt our win
dows in the WAnma1 Block, Fort and
Beretnnia Streets, you will seo what wo
BEDROOM, PARLOR and 4
LIBRARY SUITS ....
nnd nil kinds of Fumituro ready for
your inspection and delivery to your ,
THE CITY FURNITURE STORE
And Uiidcrtnklnp; Establishment,
Cor. Fort nnd Berotanin Sts., V
C-3m II. II. Williams, Mnnngor.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Yiolding a safo Income. Address
4-8m Bulletin Ofllce.
W. F. O'HALLARON
Estirantos Given on
BricJc. Stone I Wooden Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
337 Kl"g Street.
Central YEeat VIaret
Love's Build ng, Nuuanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Market iu eyerjr
Ordors delivered jiromptly to all parts of
Homev Industry !
Ask your Grocer for
Pure Hawaiian Honey ffl
pot up nv
mnr nnunTTiTTr immir nn
ma UURULULU ttl'liini UU. c
"i" 'l'.i "a CV&i -.. t